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Topeka & Lawrence Metro Area Lane Closure Info

for

Friday, April 18, 2014

(NEW / REVISED)

WEATHER PERMITTING

 



SHORT TERM

Short term project closures listed below typically take place during daylight hours. Project completion dates typically range from 1 to 30 days, weather permitting.

MISC. NORTHEAST COUNTIES

Multi-Highway Rumble Strip Project
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in late May 2014

WEEKDAY SHOULDER IMPACTS: The following highways by county and schedule date will be where crews complete grinding work for rumble strip installation via a mobile moving operation along the highway shoulders beginning on Monday, April 7 during daylight hours. Drivers should expect little to no delays and should use extra caution through the project work zone as there will be heavy equipment located on the shoulders of the highway. Crews will work Monday through Friday during daylight hours (7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.). (Rev. 4-17-14)

Friday, April 18 >>> U.S. 24 & K-4 Interchange Ramps - Shawnee County

SHAWNEE COUNTY

U.S. 24 & Menoken Road Interchange
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in late Fall 2014

No project closures at this time.

U.S. 75 Resurfacing Project
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014

137th Street & U.S. 75 Interchange

EXPECT DELAYS! 24/7 LANE RESTRICTIONS & RAMP CLOSURES: Eastbound and westbound 137th Street bridge over U.S. 75 (east of Carbondale) will be restricted to one 12-foot lane each direction for asphalt pavement approach replacement work, 24/7 round the clock, on Tuesday-Tuesday, April 15-22. Beginning on Thursday, April 10, the 137th Street to southbound U.S. 75 entrance ramp and the northbound U.S. 75 to 137th Street exit ramp will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, through sometime the week of April 15-22. When these ramps reopen, then the southbound U.S. 75 to 137th Street exit ramp and the 137th Street to northbound U.S. 75 entrance ramp will then be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, for pavement work. Advance message boards will alert drivers to the ramp closures. No marked detour will be provided. Suggested detour route: 137th Street to Old U.S. 75/Topeka Avenue. Project work is scheduled to be completed by Tuesday, April 22. (Rev. 4-14-14)

U.S. 75

EXPECT DELAYS! 24/7 LANE CLOSURES: Northbound U.S. 75 from the U.S. 56 junction (Osage County) to Topeka Boulevard (Shawnee County) will be reduced to ONE OPEN LANE, 24/7 round the clock, beginning sometime on Saturday, March 15 throughout the project duration for bridge approach pavement replacement followed by resurfacing work on the mainline lanes. There will also be intermittent ramp closures once the asphalt overlay work begins. Project wok is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014. (Rev. 3-14-14)

EXPECT MINOR DELAYS! 24/7 LANE CLOSURES: Southbound U.S. 75 right lane from the U.S. 56 junction (Osage County) to Topeka Boulevard (Shawnee County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, beginning sometime on Tuesday, March 25 throughout the project duration. Project wok is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014. (Rev. 3-21-14)

DOUGLAS COUNTY

No project closures at this time.

LONG TERM

Long term project closures listed below typically take place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Project completion dates typically range from 31 days up to a year, weather permitting.

SHAWNEE COUNTY

U.S. 24 & Menoken Road Interchange Project
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in late Fall 2014

24/7 ROAD CLOSURE: Northbound and southbound Menoken Road from U.S. 24 north to NW 25th Street will be closed to all traffic, so crews can begin reconstruction and widening work on Menoken Road beginning on Tuesday, July 9. During this phase, access to PTMW and other existing businesses will be maintained via the current access points along U.S. 24. Menoken Road traffic should expect delays during peak commute times and should allow extra travel time for their daily commutes. Eastbound and westbound U.S. 24 traffic will have little to no traffic impacts during Phase One construction. Traffic on NW 25th Street will be carried through the project work zone via flaggers when needed. Project work is scheduled to be completed on Friday, April 18. (Rev. 4-14-14)

U.S. 75 Resurfacing Project from U.S. 56 junction (Osage County) to Topeka Boulevard (Shawnee County)
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014

EXPECT MINOR DELAYS! 24/7 LANE CLOSURES: Northbound U.S. 75 from the U.S. 56 junction (Osage County) to Topeka Boulevard (Shawnee County) will be reduced to ONE OPEN LANE, 24/7 round the clock, beginning sometime on Saturday, March 15 throughout the project duration for bridge approach pavement replacement followed by resurfacing work on the mainline lanes. There will also be intermittent ramp closures once the asphalt overlay work begins. Project wok is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014. (Rev. 3-14-14)

EXPECT MINOR DELAYS! 24/7 LANE CLOSURES: Southbound U.S. 75 right lane from the U.S. 56 junction (Osage County) to Topeka Boulevard (Shawnee County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, beginning sometime on Tuesday, March 25 throughout the project duration. Project wok is scheduled to be completed in mid-July 2014. (Rev. 3-21-14)

DOUGLAS COUNTY

K-10 South Lawrence Trafficway
Overall project work is scheduled to be completed in Fall 2016.

On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, a three-year construction project began to complete the six-mile four-lane K-10 South Lawrence Trafficway freeway. The project will move existing K-10 onto a new alignment that will begin at the south junction of the U.S. 59 and K-10 interchange and reconnect with existing K-10 in east Lawrence (Douglas County).
Construction work on the project will be completed in phases. Each phase includes specific work and advance notification will be sent under separate cover for each phase of construction, including planned traffic impacts. An aerial map of the new K-10 South Lawrence Trafficway, including construction phasing and traffic impacts, can be found online at: http://www.ksdot.org/topekaMetro/projectstudytest.asp.

24/7 FULL ROADWAY CLOSURE: Northbound and southbound Haskell Avenue from 27th Street to 29th Street in Lawrence (Douglas County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, for utility work, box culvert installation and reconstruction work beginning on Monday, January 27, 2014 at 7:00 a.m., weather permitting, through Spring 2015. Advance message boards will alert traffic to the roadway closure. No marked detours will be provided. (New 1-17-14)

24/7 FULL ROADWAY CLOSURES: Northbound and southbound E1750 Road from N1360 Road to 35th Street/N1250 Road in Lawrence (Douglas County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, for bridge embankment work beginning on Monday, January 13, 2014 at 7:00 a.m., weather permitting, through Spring 2015. (New 12-30-13)

24/7 FULL ROADWAY CLOSURES: Eastbound and westbound 35th Street from Iowa Street to the Baker Wetlands Visitor Center and 31st Street from E1700 Road to E1750 Road in Lawrence (Douglas County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, for box culvert construction work beginning on Monday, December 9 at 7:00 a.m., weather permitting, through mid-May 2014. (Rev. 12-30-13)

24/7 FULL ROADWAY CLOSURES: Eastbound and westbound 31st Street from E1700 Road to E1750 Road in Lawrence (Douglas County) will be CLOSED, 24/7 round the clock, for box culvert construction work beginning on Monday, December 9 at 7:00 a.m., weather permitting, through Spring 2015. (Rev. 12-30-13)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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